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Evil Dead: Fistfull of Boomstick (PlayStation 2) - Overview
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Developer

VIS Entertainment

Genre

Action

Other Versions

XB

Release Dates

05/20/03 THQ
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06/27/03 THQ

Community Stats

Owners: 16
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 1
Now Playing: 0

Summary

Ash is back, baby! Fully "armed" with his chainsaw, trusty boomstick, and his trademark quips, Ash must once again save Dearborn from the unspeakable horrors spawned from The Book of the Dead in Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick.

When ambitious journalist Trisha Pettywood and occult author Alex Eldrige team up to try to expose the mystery of famed Professor Knowby's murder, they unwittingly open a Vortex to the undead. As the deadites swarm through Dearborn, they turn humans into the undead, and the town is quickly overrun. Now, with Dearborn in chaos and the citizens begging for help, Ash must hack and slash his way through the streets and figure out how to close the Vortex.

But, Ash is soon to learn that all is not what it seems—those he trusts may be plotting against him, and the history of Dearborn might be irrevocably changed.

Latest Updates

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Sales History

Total Sales
0.00m
Japan
0.19m
NA
0.15m
Europe
0.05m
Others
0.38m
Total

Opinion (2)

Severance posted 09/12/2009, 12:55
this game was weird. its fun and at the same time doesn't feel like the movies.
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KylieDog posted 14/12/2008, 02:03
As much as I love the Evil Dead films and Bruce Campbell, this game sucked majorly, I never finished it because it was so bad.

Hail to the King was so much better, though harder for stupid reasons.
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